• Mt Reynolds

    Glacier

    National Park Montana

Wildlife Superpowers Exhibit

 

Each of the exhibits are shown below. The images link to full size PDF files of the wayside panels. The audio files link to more information about each animal and to an accessible audio described version of the exhibit.

 
Cliff Hangers Wayside Exhibit Image

Cliff Hangers Wayside Exhibit

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Cliff Hangers Audio Files

More About Goats

Cliff Hangers Audio Description

 
Head Bangers Wayside Exhibit Artwork

Head Bangers Wayside Exhibit

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Head Bangers Audio Files

More About Sheep

Head Bangers Audio Description

 
Meadow Excavator Wayside Exhibit

Meadow Excavator Wayside Exhibit

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Meadow Excavator Audio Files

More About Grizzlies

Meadow Excavator Audio Description

 
Mountain Explorer Wayside Exhibit

Mountain Explorer Wayside Exhibit

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Mountain Explorer Audio Files

More About Wolverines

Mountain Explorer Audio Description

 
Super Hider Wayside Exhibit Artwork

Super Hider Wayside Exhibit

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Super Hider Audio Files

More About Ptarmigan

Super Hider Audio Description

 
weasel

Super Seekers Wayside Exhibit

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Super Seekers Audio Files

More About Weasels

Super Seekers Audio Description

 
marmot

Super Sleeper Wayside Exhibit

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Super Sleeper Audio Files

More About Marmots

Super Sleeper Audio Description

 
pika

Super Reaper Wayside Exhibit

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Super Reapers Audio Files

More About Pika

Super Reapers Audio Description

Did You Know?

Lake McDonald

Lake McDonald is the largest lake in the park with a length of 10 miles and a depth of 472 feet. The glacier that carved the Lake McDonald valley is estimated to have been around 2,200 feet thick.